This is the manhole cover directly adjacent to the crescent picture from yesterday’s post. It is only slightly twisted from its original position.
The placement of this Sanitary Sewer cover back into place must have been a tough decision for the worker who was given the task. I must give him or her credit for aligning the words on the cover (‘Sanitary Sewer’) with the white line. It was a choice: align the words or put the white […]
I’m not exactly sure how the round water valve cover came to be surrounded by an oval. It doesn’t look like a machine-made cut. I like this photo for this mystery and that it could be a Ptolemaic schematic in which the earth is the center of everything.
I’m not sure what this iron cover is protecting. I wouldn’t call it a manhole cover, as it is only 12-18 inches in diameter. Also, it is in a parking lot. Maybe it is a drain from one of the restaurants. I like the reflection of the yellow street lights.
Why can’t people leave things the way they found them? It seems to be common courtesy if nothing else. My photo today is a case in point. Whoever painted the lines for this parking space, by necessity, had to overlay the manhole cover. It appears that a workman required access to the space underneath said […]
I’ve seen enough sewer caps but the photo below is the first ‘Clean Out’ cap I’ve ever seen. It’s a good thing.
I saw this metal plate on the sidewalk the other day. The oblong cut-out covered a light bulb. I didn’t look closely, but there must have been a reflector or a lens to focus or direct the light to its intended target. I must make a point to go back at night, when it is […]